My cpanel has finally been updated to include integration with Let’s Encrypt. The process took 10 seconds and I have a glorious auto-renewing SSL certificate.
Quick and easy tip today. A user left the company and to free up the license used on Office365 but keep the user’s mailbox, you can easily convert the mailbox to a shared mailbox, which you don’t get charged for on Office365.
Basically, go into Exchange Admin Center > Recipients > Choose the Mailbox you want to convert and on the right side, click “Convert to Shared Mailbox”
To disable Clutter in Office365 via Powershell, simply do the following:
Connect to Office365 Powershell for your account
Then simply run this command to disable Clutter for all mailboxes:
Get-Mailbox | Set-Clutter –enable $false
That’s it! If you want to disable Clutter for a single mailbox, you can do the following:
Set-clutter -identity firstname.lastname@example.org-Enable $false
To do this via the Office365 Portal, just navigate to: Mail > Automatic Processing > Clutter and turn it off!
While trying to install Java today, I encountered an error that wouldn’t go away: Error 1603. Scouring Technet forums, blogs, etc. no one had a real sense of what the cause was. Some said it was an old Windows Update. Some said it was a bad Java installer package.
Eventually I found my solution: I was connecting through LogMeIn to the device. I ended the LogMeIn task and process, RDPed in, installed Java… and voila! It worked. Re-enabled LogMeIn and I was on my way.